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Qualitative Analysis of The Usefulness of Patient Interview Videos as Educational Material for Junior Medical and Nursing Students / 医学教育
Medical Education ; : 243-247, 2019.
Article in Japanese | WPRIM (Western Pacific) | ID: wprim-688668
Responsible library: WPRO


This study aims to reveal the characteristics of patients' narrative videos and discuss the usability of video interviews with healthcare students.


One hundred six medical students and 92 nursing students participated in this study. They watched an interview video of a breast cancer patient in class and wrote a description of their impressions. Student responses related to the interview video were qualitatively analyzed using Step for Coding And Theorization (SCAT).


The categories that emerged from the analyzed data were "useful for healthcare professionals to know about patients' feelings" , "useful for patients with the same diseases" , "the patient's own voice was realistic" , and "want to use before clinical training" .


The interview video was thought to be useful for students as it allowed them to feel the realism of the patients' narrative. The interview video was also convenient for lectures. For these reasons, it was concluded that interview videos of patients' narratives could be a useful educational material for healthcare students.





Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Japanese Journal: Medical Education Year: 2019 Type: Article